I'm taking a break from transplanting the leeks and fennel to let you know about a few things (and to escape the back/knee-breaking work for a few minutes).
Jonny and I will be at the Metcalfe Farmers' Market tomorrow selling seedlings, bok choy, and rhubarb, from 8am until noon! Afterwards, you can come see me perform with The Electric Company in the Glebe (Brown's Inlet Park, to be exact) from 2-3pm. We'll be playing a funky set of dance tunes for Vesta's Victory Over Vice fundraiser.
If you miss us tomorrow, you still have a chance to check out the band on June 16th at 9pm. We'll be playing for the entire night at Maxwell's on Elgin. Don't forget to wear your dancing shoes!
Sunday, I'll be selling delicious baked goods at the Landsdown Market for Swiss Farmer Bakery, from 8am - 3pm. Come say hello and get your grocery shopping done!
We've managed to get a lot of veggies out into the field! Cabbage, brussels sprouts, kale, swiss chard, broccoli, cauliflower, herbs, kohlrabi...and lots more! Maybe next week we can transplant the tomatoes, eggplant, and peppers. I got my first bad sunburn of the season - conveniently located on the back of my legs. This makes for very painful bending. I look ridiculous transplanted today.
And HAPPY BIRTHDAY DAD! Love you, miss you.